Na'kia Channey, MiC Co-Managing Editor

“won't you celebrate with me

what i have shaped into

a kind of life?” - Lucille Clifton

Carly Ryan

There’s a unique vulnerability in attaching your name to words, having them printed 7,500 times and distributed to every building on campus.


I took this photo through the window of my car on May 16th, 2018 in Nazareth, Israel. On this day Israel-Palestine saw nationwide peaceful protests and demonstrations. These were against the Trump administration’s decision to move the U.S.


Last night, while I was eating dinner and checking all of my social media platforms, I noticed that my best friend from home direct messaged me this story about a boy in Grand Rap


Over Thanksgiving break, I was with my roommate and her family, as has been our tradition since freshman year. One night, her dad was showing us these old college photos from when he met his future wife, my roommate’s mom.




This is now one of the best times of the year in my opinion. Even if you don’t celebrate a particular holiday, it is great to acknowledge the power of love, offering and being surrounded by others.

UAAO 2019-2020 Executive Board

With the closing of A/PIA Immigration Awareness Week, we present this year’s UAAO Executive Board annual board photoshoot as an opportunity to raise awareness regarding former University of Michigan president James B.

Crispus Attucks

In the highest peak conflict between the Red Coats and Patriots over taxation came about the Boston Massacre, and its first victim was a man born from an African-American slave and a Native American: Crispus Attucks.


A little over a year ago, I made the decision to switch to a vegan diet. This change has improved my mental and physical health, but it also had the people around me questioning my decision.